26 March 2019
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Blantyre, March 24, 2019: Ministry of Education, Science and Technology says it will remove all barriers that make secondary education expensive for girls and boys, particularly those from poor communities. Minister responsible, Bright Msaka, disclosed the development on Friday at Chinamvuwu Primary School in Blantyre during the official launch of…
Blantyre, March 25, 2019: Government through the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology is encouraging primary schools to embark on home-grown school feeding as one way of expanding the school feeding programme which was introduced by World Food Programme (WFP). In an interview with Malawi News Agency (MANA) on Friday,…
Balaka, March 22, 2019: The Ministry of Education, Science and Technology has disclosed its plans to reconstruct Balaka Secondary School which currently has inadequate facilities. The portfolio’s minister, Bright Msaka, disclosed the plans when he addressed a rally this week at Manica Community Ground in Balaka the district. He said…
Lilongwe, March 13, 2019: Lions Club of Capital City (LCCC) says it intends to link up with organisations that can teach girls how to make reusable sanitary pads to curb school dropout. LCCC’s Governor for Malawi and Mozambique Lion Chisomo Gunda disclosed the intention Saturday at Sunga Primary School in…
Mchinji, March 13, 2013: Well-wishers have responded positively with bursary support to needy students at Mchinji Secondary School following publication of Mayamiko Paul’s story, a form 1 student at the school. The Student could not report for second term because her widowed mother was failing to raise K45 000 for…
Lilongwe, March 13, 2019: Girls Empowerment Network (GENET) has advised girls to embrace high self-esteem in order for them to achieve their different goals and remain independent in the future. The Girls were advised Thursday during a two-day girls’ Advisory Board Conference held at St John’s in Lilongwe under GENET…
Lilongwe, March 12, 2019: Girls Empowerment Network (GENET) has at least groomed 75 girls in leadership skills to enable them defend their rights. The girls have been drilled under GENET three projects namely; Happy Health and Safe, Improving Secondary Education in Malawi (ISEM) and Improving Girls Access to SRH Services…
Lilongwe, March 7, 2019: Ministry of Education, Science and Technology has reiterated its commitment in improving the quality of education in secondary schools. Minister of Education Science and Technology, Bright Msaka said this Friday when he opened the newly constructed Mbvunguti Secondary school Laboratory in Lilongwe, He emphasized on the…
Nsanje, March 7, 2019: Nsanje District Council has approved the demolition a classroom block at Phombwe Primary School which was constructed with funds amounting to K10 million under the District Development Fund (DDF) on grounds that the structure is a death trap to learners. The resolution was made on Thursday…
Phalombe, March 7, 2019: Chambe Secondary School in Mulanje Friday decorated best performing students and teachers as one way of nurturing best practices at the institution ahead of this year’s Malawi School Certificate of Education (MSCE) examinations.   This is the second time the school has made the initiative with…
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Kasungu’s new school with aesthetic appeal

Kasungu’s new school with aesthetic appeal

Kasungu, March 22, 2019: Nine girls at Kadifula Community Day Secondary (CDSS) in Kasungu District dropped out of school last academic year either due to pregnancy or for marriage. Students, who have been at the school for a longer time, are not surprised that their colleagues dropped on the way. ...